Webinar: HR20/20 Report - An HR Technology Focus

Recorded On: 11/03/2021

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While the IPMA-HR 2020 report released in late 2017 offered a great deal of thoughtful and predictive guidance, there is no way for the task force that created it to have foreseen the massive disruptions coming to the world at large and the world of government work in the actual year 2020.

Join Troy Wintersteen and Lucinda Kenning, Founding Partner of Holliday|Kenning (special guest) for a deep dive into how the technology innovations advised by the report, and some that were not, helped some agencies maintain and even improve critical workforce and citizen services while leaving those who continued to rely on legacy systems struggling with their most basic operations. We’ll look at the past, present, and future of HR Technology and have an interactive discussion on how public sector HR should leverage best practices and automation to ensure modern, agile HR. 

This webinar is open to members and non-members.  

*The following contact information will be shared with the sponsor: name, title, organization phone and/or email, city, state, and zip.  

Troy Wintersteen

Director of HCM Cloud Strategies for State & Local Governments

Oracle




Troy is the Director of HCM Cloud Strategy for Oracle’s State and Local Governments. Troy has been serving the public sector with technology solutions since 1993. With a deep background in the sales, development, implementation, support, and service of public sector recruiting and HCM solutions, his tenure in the industry and with the Oracle Public Sector HCM Strategy team has provided a great many opportunities for learning from practitioners, implementers, and industry analysts alike. 

This ongoing immersion in government and technology has facilitated a strong public HR modernization focus. When coupled with a deep understanding of public sector challenges and opportunities, this allows Troy to deliver a unique perspective on the broad benefits of technology for the Government and its ever-increasing importance for a successful Human Resources strategy.

 

Lucinda Kenning

Founding Partner

HollidayǀKenning



Ms. Lucinda Kenning is an experienced human resources leader and change agent who believes that leveraging an organization’s culture can lead to profound and lasting change – in the organization and its individuals. She is a respected speaker, mentor, and consultant who is passionate about sharing best practices that she learned from the vantage point of a human resources practitioner.

Prior to cofounding HollidayǀKenning, Lucinda led the Human Capital Management division of the State of Oklahoma for seven years. Lucinda assumed this leadership role at a time of extensive change in the state’s executive branch agencies as legislation that merged and consolidated administrative functions took effect. Ms. Kenning’s experiences in facilitating and leading the structural reorganization and cultural shift inspire an energetic and optimistic approach in her business consultations.

Ms. Kenning is a seasoned leader in human resources professional organizations and respected mentor. Lucinda is active in IPMA-HR, serving on national-level committees and holding multiple offices, most recently President, of the Southern Region. Ms. Kenning was also a member of the National Association of State Personnel Executives (NASPE), where she served on the Executive Council and received the 2017 President’s Award.

Lucinda is an innovative leader whose mission is to be a catalyst for positive change in organizations!

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HR20/20 Report - An HR Technology Focus
11/03/2021 at 1:00 PM (EDT)   |  60 minutes
11/03/2021 at 1:00 PM (EDT)   |  60 minutes While the IPMA-HR 2020 report released in late 2017 offered a great deal of thoughtful and predictive guidance, there is no way for the task force that created it to have foreseen the massive disruptions coming to the world at large and the world of government work in the actual year 2020. Join Troy Wintersteen and Lucinda Kenning, Founding Partner of Holliday|Kenning (special guest) for a deep dive into how the technology innovations advised by the report, and some that were not, helped some agencies maintain and even improve critical workforce and citizen services while leaving those who continued to rely on legacy systems struggling with their most basic operations. We’ll look at the past, present, and future of HR Technology and have an interactive discussion on how public sector HR should leverage best practices and automation to ensure modern, agile HR. **The following contact information will be shared with the sponsor: name, title, organization phone and/or email, city, state, and zip.
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